Friday, April 3, 2020

It's Late, But It's Still Friday

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My Husband's Tomato Plants
It was a cold, wet, rainy Friday here, which made it a good day to stay in, but, between the first and second sessions of the Victory Campaign (online) John and I ran errands and took care of business around town; between the second and third sessions we made a mad dash to Lamar to pick up Easter treats for the grandlittles. By the time we got back we found out that the governor had announced a state-wide stay-at-home order that goes into effect on Monday, April 6th and is supposed to last through the 24th. I'm glad that, even though store shelves were practically empty, we were able to pick up a few extra groceries while we were there. 

As you can see from the photo above, my husband's tomato plants are growing quite nicely. The question it ever going to dry up enough to get a garden tilled up so we can plant them outside? 😳

I had a half a can of pineapple left, so I baked another Pineapple Upside Down Cake this afternoon; this evening I worked on a Christmas project while listening to the third session of the Victory CampaignOther than's been a pretty quiet day. 

How are things going where you're at? How many of you are under stay-at-home orders? And what part of the country (or the world) are you from? 

I know that there is a lot going on right now, but we have to put our faith in Christ and in Him alone.

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Until next time...

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  1. The same is here in our state of TN. We are on a stay at home executive order. We can only get out for essentials. Our local walmart is barricading off some of the building, only one way in. They are only letting a few people in at a time and you are to get your essentials and get out. No lingering around. Only one person to shop per household. Limited items per house hold. It's a good thing I went to Lowes to get my plants for our garden before they did this.
    If you dont get to your plants into the garden you could always grow them in containers.
    Hope everyone is staying safe.

    1. Glad you got your plants when you did, Tracy! Hopefully all this will be over soon and, yes! Container gardening may be the way we have to go this year. It's just too doggone wet to do anything else at this point. Be blessed and may you and your family walk in total health and healing! ❤️


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